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. and again lockheed martin is doing what he always does. he makes sure that there is a component built in every state in this country. 47 states have something to do. even john mccain said he had a sticker shock when he saw with the final cost will be. 11 aircraft carriers and task force china has one carrier and that is from the ukraine navy i don't know how they feel about serving on this aircraft carrier but that is what they have. they have over 200 bases and facilities nothing outside of china itself. the marines are larger and more powerful than the british military. when is the last time they conducted the landing the degette a lot of their support for? 1951, the courier and war that they had, they were talking about an expeditionary fighting vehicle. they are getting enough 35 and that is another thing about what we do. every service has its own air force so in addition, you have the army, the navy, the marine corps that has their own capability in terms of the air force. finally, you have the army structure at 547,000. you could save a couple hundred billion dollars over the n
on the f-35. and lockheed martin is doing what they always do, making sure there is a component of the f-35 built in every state in this country. that 37 states have something to do with that, even john mccain said that he had sticker shock he saw what the final cost would be. eleven aircraft carriers as well, and china has one carrier, that is from the ukrainian navy. i don't know how good they feel about serving in this aircraft carrier, that is exactly what they had. we have over 200 bases and facilities, china has nothing outside of china itself. .. the kid saved a couple hundred billion dollars over the next ten years by reducing that to reasonable 360,000 soldiers. so there are just some of the things that could be done that could get you to that trillion dollars figure that people say would really disarmed the united states. no, it wouldn't. now, 4,807,000,000,000 has already been agreed to by the senate and house of the next ten years of sequestration that would involve another 4,902,000,000,000 which would get you close to trillion, but there won't be a sequestration. so that kind
clients' networks including lockheed martin, the largest defense contractor in america. >> there was a connection between the breach at rsa and the breach at lockheed martin. >> although lockheed was breached, nothing was lost from lockheed and that's the only known attack we have that's been reported using the information that was stolen. >> just this week, a chinese government spokesperson told "rock center" it does not steal from any corporations and called the mandiant report on the shanghai group unprofessional. >> translator: in fact, china has engaged with the u.s., uk, russia, germany and other countries to crackdown on cyber attacks. >> but top players in the intelligence world are not buying it. >> hayden, now a private security consultant says it's time to hold china accountable. >> don't treat me like a child. we know what you're doing and we have good evidence with regard to what you're doing and if you continue to do what you do, actions will have consequences and we make it part of a broader package of the american relationship. if we don't do this someth
your position on lockheed martin. >> i like lockheed martin. i almost called him my friend, this show is not about friends, dave cote, my neighbor, did say earlier today the honeywell ceo would rather see automatic u.s. spending cuts than nothing that would hurt lockheed martin. i do like the stock. let's go to richard in iowa. richard? >> caller: yeah. >> go ahead, richard. >> caller: how are you doing today? >> couldn't be better. how about you? >> caller: oh, just fine. i'd like to know a little bit more about zoetis. we like pfizer, we like zoetis. by the way, let me throw in i like boise cascade, saw those guys this morning. hard-working people. let's go to gary in new york. gary? >> caller: what up, jim, sending you a big boo-yah. >> yes. yes. how about those college kids watching anything other than this? >> caller: i'd like to invest in blackberry -- >> you're not investing, it's a trade. below $15, i'll pull the trigger, up here, i'm in the neutral zone and i don't like to get in the neutral zone because you know what happens. okay. let's go to jerry in florida. jerry? >> cal
, the increase guest says lockheed martin, still his favorite stock. the natural services president and coportfolio manager of the gmg data funds is joining us. oliver, thank you for coming on. >> always a pleasure. >> you like them despite the fact there's some $4846 billion in cuts because of the sequester hitting the defense industry. >> lockheed martin is more than is defense company, but a technology and security company so i think there's a little bit of a disconnect in the way some people look at the stock compared to the realities of the company. >> number two, the stock is down 8% so some of the spending cuts have been priced into the sector and stock. really, what we look for theematically is companies that have strong and growing revenue streams, hi dividend compare to the market, and@of increasing dividends. lockheed martin fits that profile well. that's why we own the stock. as a matter of fact, it's more than doubled its dividend in the last decade meaning you would have doubled your income on the stock. lauren: you like other high dividend stocks as well. do you have
to break into its clients' networks including lockheed martin, the largest defense contractor in america. >> there was a connection between the breach at rsa and the breach at lockheed martin. >> although lockheed was breached, nothing was lost from lockheed and that's the only known attack we have that's been reported using the information that was stolen. >> just this week, a chinese government spokesperson told "rock center" it does not steal from any corporations and called the mandiant report on the shanghai group unprofessional. >> translator: in fact, china has engaged with the u.s., uk, russia, germany and other countries to crackdown on cyber attacks. >> but top players in the intelligence world are not buying it. >> hayden, now a private security consultant says it's time to hold china accountable. >> don't treat me like a child. we know what you're doing and we have good evidence with regard to what you're doing and if you continue to do what you do, actions will have consequences and we make it part of a broader package of the american relationship. if we don't do this someth
the many corporate targets of the chinese hackers, according to u.s. officials, lockheed martin, the country's largest defense contractor and the maker of the f-35 jet fighter. u.s. officials say, not surprisingly, the chinese version of the plane has some distinct similarities. >> it's costing, according to u.s. intelligence, hundreds of billions of dollars and thousands of u.s. jobs every year. >> reporter: the white house today confirmed the severity, although not the details, of the chinese cyber espionage. >> we have repeatedly raised our concerns at the highest levels about cyber theft with senior chinese officials. >> reporter: but china remains in denial, according to abc's gloria riviera in beijing. >> reporter: today in china, the defense ministry denied any wrong doing, saying the military has never supported any form of hacking activity. but when a bbc news team tried to film the building outside shanghai, military personnel confiscated the footage. >> reporter: of course, the u.s. is believed to be doing its own cyber attacks on iran and its nuclear program, but off
believe that. lockheed martin is seeing record profits on the horizon. the cfo says the company is not looking at any planned job reductions. facebook is trying out gift cards to get users stay on the site longer. now they include target. a down day for the markets yesterday. futures this morning are looking positive. we do get the january jobs report ahead of the opening bell. an executive says under armour is looking to hire outside talent this year and looking to beef up their presence overseas. ravens fever is sweeping baltimore. 91% of the people watching the game are looking for to the commercial. ads to be aer the a big part of the game. at the new york stock exchange, i'm jane king, bloomberg news, for wbal-tv 11 news. >> now weather and traffic together on the 1's. >> good morning. 22 minutes after 6:00 a.m. it is a friday morning. the degrees is the temperature. northwest wind is at 5 miles per hour. the wind is going to pick up today. flurries and snow showers this morning. we do not expect any snow to accumulate. high temperatures just above freezing. a cold day with
the many corporate espionage targets of the chinese army hackers, according to u.s. officials, lockheed martin, the country's largest defense contractor, and the maker of the f-35 jet fighter. u.s. officials say, not surprisingly, the chinese version of the plane has some distinct similarities. >> the only reason anybody would want to get into that control system would be so that if they wanted to, some day, they could cause planes to crash. >> reporter: the white house today confirmed this severity, though not the details, of the chinese cyber espionage. >> we have repeatedly raised our concerns about cyber theft with chinese officials. >> reporter: but why that remains in denial, according to abc's gloria riviera in japan. >> reporter: chinese military say they do not support hacking activity. but when a bbc news team tried to film the building, military personnel confiscated the footage. >> reporter: of course, the u.s. is believed to be doing its own cyber attacks on iran and its nuclear program, but officials say it is different than the economic espionage china is conducting and p
, and so here's a look at lockheed martin. stocks not moving much, but worth noting the companies says the programs could be materially reduced, suspended, or terminated as a result of the government's practices and priorities we've seen. they noted the revenue for 2013 could decline from 2012 by more than mid single digits by percentages if the sequester takes effect. obviously, we knew, defense, obviously, would be the sector hit, and lockheed is making that known. back to you. >> thank you very much, nicole. fox business all-stars budget cut edition. the clock ticking down to the automatic budget cuts, but traders say, "so what?" what's going on here? >> joining us, the fox business all-star panel. santa drit, david asman and charles payne in studio. sandra, you first, girl. the market is ignoring this. not at the races like yesterday, but nobody seems to car. >> one of those things, i talked to a trader, and he says if you go to the doctor and says you'll die tomorrow and you wake up on saturday morning, you'll be happy. washington cried wolf, the fiscal cliff talks, it's been some
of jobs in jeopardy from classrooms to the pentagon and defense contractors like lockheed martin which today announced hundreds of layoffs. mr. obama said damage can be stopped if only republicans will instead accept the white house final offer from last december, meaning of to $600 billion more tax hikes through cutting deductions plus cuts to medicare and other programs. >> my health care proposals to achieve the same amount of savings by the beginning of the next decade as the reforms that have been proposed by the bipartisan bowles and sent this commission which republicans were not amused the president added is live of and around this anti house majority leader eric cantor was delivering a big speech. specific spending cuts and no knew tax hikes to shut off the sequester. >> there is no greater moral imperative then to reduce the mountain of debt that is facing us, our children, and there's. >> white house officials say they have been specific about $350 billion in medicare cuts. when asked when the president does not meet the deadline for unveiling his budget for the third straig
classrooms to the pentagon and defense lie lockheed martin which announced hundreds of layoffs. mr. obama said damage can be stopped if john boehner accepts the white house's final offer from december, meaning up to $600 billion in more tax hikes through cutting deductions, and cuts to medicare and other programs. >> my healthcare proposals achieve the same savings by the beginning of the next decade as reforms that had been proposed by the bipartisan bowls simpson commission. >> republicans were not amused he added his event around the same time eric cantor delivered a speech. gop leaders were clear they want specific cuts and no new tax cuts. >> there's no greater moral imperative than to reduce the debt. >> white house officials have been specific, including about $350 billion in medicare cuts. when asked why the president did not meet the it will for unveiling his new budget for the third straight year, spokesman jay carney blamed republicans saying fiscal cliff talks delayed it. >> part of what the president talked about just in recent days is that we need to get beyond this situatio
, lockheed martin, among the strongest stocks in today's session. so much for sequestration worries. if this is what happens when we sequester military stocks i say let's go sequester all the time. and on a day like today, they become gentle bens and lick their boo-boos. today's robust rally and blissful session if you are lock, rebutted the negative presumptions head on and did so in the kind of spectacular fashion that reminds you just how wrong the panickers when when they fled the market just seven days ago. >> the house of pain. >>> horry in california. >> caller: booyah from san francisco. thank you for sharing the vast knowledge of the ins and outs of stock trading with us. will we see a greater future for netflix with the new capabilities they have coming down the pipeline, such as streamlining the search options? >> i got to tell you, if apple said they were going to buy netflix for catch. apple 4.44. probably some bad luck sign, down $4 bucks. apple would be 550, netflix would be at 250. netflix doing fabulous with the at reed hastings doob a fabulous job. stick with netfl
stocks lately have done very well into last year. but over the last couple weeks lockheed martin did poorly. i also think the defense segment of boeing is a place to be very careful as we get into sequestration round two. >> was there anything that would make you buy boeing here? what would it be to change your mind? >> a far thrower price. always interesting me. if it declines from here, i'd get interested. >> see, that would scare me away. lower price, i'd say you can have it. >> we'll leave it there. thanks so much. see you soon. >>> all right. we're heading towards the closing bell. the dow is down 21 points. the s&p has been down every monday so far this year. that's five trading weeks, but still. but we're close to going break even. we'll watch towards the close here. >>> meanwhile, a study finds 40 million americans have mistakes on their credit reports. the agency won't fix them even when shown the proof they are mistakes. we'll talk about that. and mike dewine is with us next. >>> if that story gets you angry, you haven't heard anything yet. one major bourbon maker is litera
which have pulled back recently as that deadline approaches. names like general dynamics, lockheed martin and raytheon all in the red this year, unless change. defense spending will be cut by 8%. a second theme, energy independence. the president likely to voice his support for clean energy. kleintop points out stocks, producers of wind, solar and other clean energy, sources have been volatile around these speeches in recent years, sometimes seeing a big bounce that soon fades. some of those names were in the green today. first solar enjoying a pop. it's up some 9% so far this year. investors though unlikely to hear anything on natural gas or coal that could turn around slumping coal stocks. peabody energy and archcole down 10% and 19% respectively this year. back to you, guys. >> all right, josh, thanks very much. yes, tonight president obama expected to address among many issues the automatic spending cuts scheduled to hit on march 1st. >> let's bring in democratic congressman chris van hollen of maryland who is no fan of these cuts. good to see you, sir. thanks for joining us. >
. >> reporter: among the many corporate targets of the chinese hackers, according to u.s. officials, lockheed martin, the country's largest defense contractor and the maker of the f-35 jet fighter. u.s. officials say not surprisingly, the chinese version of the plane has some distinct similarities. >> it's koosting, according to u.s. intelligence, hundreds of billions of dollars and thousands of u.s. jobs every year. >> reporter: the u.s. is believed to be doing its own cyber attacks on iran and its nuclear program. but u.s. officials say it's different than the economic espionage being carried out by china and now president obama has ordered u.s. intelligence agencies to help american companies spot and detect the hacking coming from that building in shanghai. brian ross, abc news, new york. >>> and one day after targeting burger king, hackers have taken over the twitter account of another major company. pranksters broke into jeep's page and tweeted that the automaker had been sold to cadillac. the false tweets went out nearly an hour before the company regained control of that account. even
recently well. today we do have news from lockheed martin, the pentagon's biggest contractor suggesting that actually sales this year will drop by more if the automatic spending cuts kick in and future years will also be materially affected. what is your view on the sector? >> well, right now, there's just a lot of fear but there has been for some time. so there might be a certain degree of recovery, realizing that it is bad but not the apocolypse that some people have painted it as and there is a good chance that some damage might be undone in that interim period. so while we don't like living in uncertainty and while there will be paying under almost any scenario, it certainly doesn't mean the end. there are definitely positives for this industry in the sector. >> which is the greatest threats. automatic spending can cuts or the fact that you have a president who is in his second term and therefore perhaps more able to cut spending programs that might hit particular cities or regions and a new defense secretary. >> you know, it is interesting. of course a lot of that is simply by even
look at the chinese shuttle and say gee, that looks a lot like the one made by boeing and lockheed martin there's ran for that. >> what do we do to them that they don't? >> everybody does it. china is the only country on this level that steals for pure economic gain from commercial entities, and think that's what this report entails. >> the government listens in on corporate stuff and passes it on to chinese government corporations? >> right. and they do it in two ways. one is the peoples liberation army assigned to hack in and steal information, the other thing they do is they recruit people on the ground chinese students and others to infiltrate companies and to exfill trait that data out. >> and all of that hacking of u.s. business interests, what can that do in terms of a financial attack on america? >> i don't think you can overestimate the damage. this is the cold war for the next generation, which is we live in a global competitive environment and this kind of stealing can leapfrog them ahead of us in business, in development, without having to spe
discussing a deal to fun operations through to september. >>> and the pentagon says the grounding of lockheed martin's jets last week won't deliver the aircraft. there was a crack on a turbine blade on a test plane. speaking from australia, the fa says that type of problem is unfortunate but normal during development and testing. lockheed stock down 1%. >>> as the number of global smartphone users has reached the 1 billion mark, there have been a number using their mobile to make purchases. that's the subject for kelly in barcelona at the world mobile congress. do you have to use your spanish down there or you're okay, kelly? >> si, senior. i've been using a lot of spanish here, ross. right now, i'm joined by ed mcglaughlin from mastercard. ed, i haven't been speaking spanish with you necessarily. >> no. >> but we have been talking about the language of payments. and it does seem as though we're moving from, as you've said, a cash list to a credit card list society. what exactly is mastercard doing here? >> well, what we're announcing today is what we call master pass. everything starts becom
was for worth, where lockheed martin's is based. no. 5 was seattle. >> we are always interested in hearing your feedback on these stories. should san francisco have been higher on the list? or maybe there is a city you think should have been on the list. whey and on our facebook page. facebook.com/kron4. >> we will be right back. well, well, well. growing up, we didn't have u-verse. we couldn't record four shows at the same time. in my day, you were lucky if you could record two shows. and if mom was recording her dumb show and dad was recording his dumb show then, by george, that's all we watched. and we liked it! today's kids got it so good. [ male announcer ] get u-verse tv for just $19 a month for 1 year when you bundle tv and internet. rethink possible. when you bundle tv and internet. hey heamericera, even though they don't need one,, wes, cs,lay, and demarcus triedn the thdepend real fit briefs for charity to ptorove hveow great the fit s even while playing pro football. the thbest pstrotection now looklos, fits and feels just lik le underwear. get a fra ee sample >> welcome back. the ti
says. he's not alone. dozens of companies are working on next-generation airships. lockheed martin designed this to haul heavy equipment to remote parts of the globe. but the aerospace company couldn't find funding to mass produce it. >> we're very close. probably closer than we've ever been since airships started being operated to building something that the commercial world can use. >> reporter: aviation analyst graham warwick says the only funder with deep pockets and technical know-how to get new airships off the ground is the u.s. military. last august, the army and aviation giant northrop grumman took to the skies with this $517 million aircraft designed as a surveillance platform, loaded with cameras. with the afghan war winding down, it now sits in a hangar. its further funding in doubt. >> one of the concerns is that the military will lose interest before the commercial world can pick it up. this is the gondola. >> reporter: the aeroscraft got off the ground with just $35 million from the military. but engineer tim kenny is convinced it will stay afloat because of its uniq
boeing in missouri or lockheed martin in kansas. they both like it. so, you've got to be careful, you hear one thing, but the bottom line look, we need to cut spending for real. stuart: he always brings his "a" game. and his name is eric bolling. it's 9:48 1/2. >> we're not to 1600, making an effort to get chose, up 15 bucks this morning at 1588 is your quote right now. all right. back to this. it was what-- i can't believe this. one of the most talked about moments from last night's academy awards. look at this, jennifer lawrence, tripping, ooh, talk about that as she walked on stage to accept the award. you've got to see it. >> this is the first academy award and nomination for jennifer lawrence. and nominated in the category-- ♪ well, okay, i take that back. it was dramatic. wasn't it. miss lawrence's first oscar win and another first last night. michelle obama, the best picture winner did it from the white house. and that's probably another big talked about moment, elizabeth macdonald, charles payne, they are here to talk about all of these talked about events in just a moment.
on this. i represent a district that has lockheed martin for example. who has already come under tremendous job loss pressure. we are looking at over 60,000 jobs immediately. we are looking at those jobs are teachers being laid off, firefighters being laid off, critical, critical manpower that is needed. let me ask you, friday comes, we go over the cliff with sequestration, what should we do next? should we then try to consistently moved to put something in place? and how would you advise us to do that? and what would that step and tail? >> again, the specifics are up to you. what i would suggest would be replacing the sequester with something smaller, takes hold more slowly but is compensated for by changes on the horizon. >> do you see a complicating factor -- >> i am dennis kneale. tracy: i'm tracy byrnes. let's go right to capitol hill and peter barnes who is inside as ben bernanke gave his testimony today. peter: that is right. the fed chairman once again defending his policies but also getting hit again with questions about too big to fail again from the massachusetts deleg
: among the many corporate targets of the chinese hacker according to u.s. officials lockheed marti martin. country largely east defense contractor and the maker of the f 35 jet fighter. u.s. officials say not surprisingly the chinese version of the plane has some distinct similarity. >> costing according to u.s. intelligence hundreds office billions of dollars and thousands of u.s. jobs he have year. >> what it house today confirmed the severity although not the details of the chinese seener spying. >> we have repeatedly raised our concerns at the highest level about cybertheft with senior chinese officials. >>reporter: but china remains in denial. according to abc gloria in beijing. >> today in china defense men industry depended any wrongdoing saying the military has never supported any form of hacking activity. but when a bbc news team tried to film the building outside shanghai military personnel confiscated the footage. >>reporter: of course the u.s. believed to be doing its own cyberattack on eye run and nuclear program. u.s. officials say it's different than the econo
. and of course, the timing could not be more sensitive for the plane's builder lockheed martin and the federal government. with washington talking about trimming the federal spending, that $400 million price tag might be a new target. >> will be indeed. thank you, barbara, for that. >>> parts of the northeast could get up to 18 inches of snow. it seems that it is going to keep coming. people in 20 states are shivering and shoveling. lisa sylvester is showing us some of the places snowed under. >> reporter: this guy knows what to do with all of the snow. duke from kansas city, missouri. the winter storm brought a mix of laughs and giggles and headaches and worry as it marched across the heartland. in chicago, multiple crashes on the road. here's one, and another, and another. and take a listen for a moment to this wind from north dakota. the weather system dumped 14 inches of snow in wichita, kansas, the second highest total ever. missouri found a foot of snow, and tennessee 18 inches. the driver of this bus in kansas city thought he could make this turn, but oh, look what happens here. in indi
, lockheed martin has said a lot of their aerospace plans they feel have been under assault. general electric. everything from their jet engines to some of their cheen power technologies. coca-cola was involved in a huge merger attempt a couple years ago in china and it felt as if that fell through because suddenly its secrets were leaking out. general motors and ford also have had this complaint. so i think that it is attention-getting from the president and others to talk about this cyber assault that would liken some science fiction movie, turn off our electric grid. the real threat is all this intellectual property that is seeping out day by day. >> and does this, like, create a real conundrum for some of these american companies who don't want to complain or, you know, reveal they suspect something like this is happening, because at the same time, china is giving them big business. they're a large consumer of, you know, their wares. >> exactly. and i think this is a dilemma that american companies have been dealing with and other companies for a long time. you saw google take a significa
difficult to go back and say to lockheed martin or one of the companies to say we have less money, we have to go back and rearrange your contract. you say we are going to sue you. under contract law, the federal government would probably lose. a lot of programs already pre- planned in this fiscal year. some of them, unfortunately, those were doing this for us have either put in inflation or increased costs or have agreed to increase costs. so if we cannot change the contracts, then the piece where we can be more flexible is to furlough or to say to an obsolete one day a week you will not work. it will effectively be a 20% cut on your pay. that is the easiest place to go to to do this because of existing contracts and programs. >host: democrat a calller from virginia. good morning. caller: i am calling because i personally believe the republicans would like to see the sequester happen, and the reason for that is because once the economy tanks, then going into 2016 they can say the president, which they are tried to say it is his fault, but they will have a better argument for 2016 to say he
across 45 states. lockheed martin says there will be more jobs available. so there are a lot of politicians who have a stake in this aircraft, right? >> yes. the politicians have a stake in the aircraft because there are factories in their districts. they get contributions from the companies and one of the things that the pentagon did as well, knowing that the sequester was coming, they put about $5 billion worth of contracts out the door before the end of the year. >> it's a great article. it's in the new article of "time" magazine. thank you. >> thank you, wolf. >> by the way, you have a great cover of "the once and future pope." i read that as well. >>> u.s. airways and american airlines are forming the largest airline in the world. the proposed merger, which will use the american airlines name, is the latest in a series of moves that have combined ten major airlines in just four mega carriers. a huge, huge development on that front. >>> getting back to our top story, graph particular descriptions of appalling conditions. we're going to hear from more of the passengers des
stocks. >> so lockheed martin. who else is on your list that we should be very cautious about, first? before we get to the others -- >> i think pretty much all of the defense big caps, companies like northrop grumman, raytheon, also with the -- in that bucket. i think someone like boeing, we like but that's just because of a commercial side of the business, because we think the 77 grounding will be lifted in the next couple of weeks. so we like stocks where you have commercial participation. >> you say that putting aside the sequester, defense stocks tend to underperform in years after presidential election. why is that? >> well, that's because in years of presidential elections, no candidate ever talked of killing a program. because programs represent jobs, and jobs vote. the year after elections, or two years before the next election, that's historically when people have made the changes. and while we have a second-term president, we're going to have a new secretary of defense with presumably different priorities than his predecessor. >> let's get you through some of the stocks tha
is slamming his partner lockheed martin. he's accusing them of trying to squeeze every nickel out of the u.s. government faults them for seeing the long-term benefits of the project. >>> and tesla ceo eland musk vowing to pay back an energy deficit loan in half the time required by the government. the company receives a doe loan in 2010 and made the first payment of nearly $13 million in december. >> by the way, did you see yesterday -- remember we had -- there was a big debate about the test drive of the tesla in "the new york times." >> yeah. uh-huh. >> and phil lebeau -- >> went well. then edmonds did one yesterday. >> how did that go? >> not so well. the whole interior screen that sort of is the hub of the whole car, it stopped working. >> i don't understand this debate anyway. if you want to go a long trip like that, wouldn't you take a different car? rent a car or -- >> yeah. phil made the point. this is what you do -- >> andrew made the point, too. >> if you feel green and you want to, you know -- >> you want to tool around town -- >> close to where you work, the car you get in at n
suppliers for a company like lockheed martin that are scattered throughout north texas that are going to be impacted. so the defense cuts are going to be very real, and they're going to be very, very difficult on several levels. but there are also the aspect that half of these automatic cuts are going to come from the domestic side of the budget. and while right now there is no, no play -- there's nothing that's going to effect medicaid, there is a 2% reduction in what providers are paid under the medicare side or at least according to guidance released by the office of the management and budget. sure enough, the feeling was that we won't do anything that effects the beneficiaries, but i've got to tell you i'm sure there are a few doctors in the audience who will recognize that you keep ratcheting down on the provider side, and it is going to effect the beneficiary side if it hasn't done so already, and predominantly in the form of access. and are people actually going to be able to find a doctor who will take their medicare? will medicaid be brought into that in some future iteration
. they are centurylink government, blue coat federal, hewlett-packard, info blocks, juner per networks, lockheed martin, net app, palo alto networks, red hat, red seal networks, taurus advanced, enterprise solutions and verizon. special thanks to those. as we enjoy our lunch i will introduce miss tina kune. vice president of northrop grumman and one of our diamond response source for today's -- sponsors for today' event. send questions to ozment at fdcdc.org. miss kunee. >> hi. it is my distinct pleasure to introduce dr. andy ozment today. he is the senior director for cybersecurity on the national security staff at the white house. he supports the cybersecurity coordinator, develops national and foreign policy, and coordinates the cybersecurity efforts of the federal executive branch. andy has had several roles at the white house including the leading the effort to develop the national strategy for trusted identities in cyberspace. andy is very well-rounded. he worked in roles at dhs, osd, nsa and the department of state. andy has a ph.d in computer science from the university of cambridge. an ms from
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